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In memory of
Rosemarie Haase
Rosemarie Haase, proprietor of the Greenville Bakery of Jersey City, after a brief illness, has made her final journey on July 5, 2019, just shy of her 85th birthday. She leaves behind her beloved husband of 34 years, Heinz Maurer of Greensboro, NC, daughters Louisa Krause of CT, Michele Cayce (Thom) of NY, and two grandchildren Nikolas Krause residing in Nanjing, China, and Nadine Krause of CT. Rosemarie immigrated from Germany in 1952 where she then met and married her first husband, Burkhard Haase, and who were owners of the Greenville Bakery for 20 years. She belonged to St. Paul's Parish and her daughters attended the Academy of St. Aloysius. After the passing of her husband, Rosemarie worked at Caldor, got remarried and lived in Ridgefield, NJ, before moving to Greensboro, NC, where she greatly enjoyed her life. She became a certified nurse's assistant and lovingly cared for others for over ten years. Rosemarie was a lover of animals and nature, enjoyed gardening and inviting strangers to her home to try her German cooking. Throughout her lifetime, she loved helping people in need however she could. A mass in her honor will be held on July, 24th 7 a.m. and August 31st evening mass at St. Paul's Parish of Jersey City.
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In memory of
Rosemarie Haase
Rosemarie Haase, proprietor of the Greenville Bakery of Jersey City, after a brief illness, has made her final journey on July 5, 2019, just shy of her 85th birthday. She leaves behind her beloved husband of 34 years, Heinz Maurer of Greensboro, NC, daughters Louisa Krause of CT, Michele Cayce (Thom) of NY, and two grandchildren Nikolas Krause residing in Nanjing, China, and Nadine Krause of CT. Rosemarie immigrated from Germany in 1952 where she then met and married her first husband, Burkhard Haase, and who were owners of the Greenville Bakery for 20 years. She belonged to St. Paul's Parish and her daughters attended the Academy of St. Aloysius. After the passing of her husband, Rosemarie worked at Caldor, got remarried and lived in Ridgefield, NJ, before moving to Greensboro, NC, where she greatly enjoyed her life. She became a certified nurse's assistant and lovingly cared for others for over ten years. Rosemarie was a lover of animals and nature, enjoyed gardening and inviting strangers to her home to try her German cooking. Throughout her lifetime, she loved helping people in need however she could. A mass in her honor will be held on July, 24th 7 a.m. and August 31st evening mass at St. Paul's Parish of Jersey City.
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